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Gary P. Nunn at Teddy's Brewhaus in Brownwood, Texas

Gary P. Nunn at Teddy's Brewhaus in Brownwood, Texas

Saturday, September 24, 2022
Doors | 4:00 PM
Showtime 5:30 PM
Teddy's Brewhaus
102 Fisk
Brownwood, Texas 76801
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Gary P. Nunn with Justin McFarland Music at Teddy's Brewhaus in Brownwood

September 24th - Doors@4:00 / Music@5:30

  • $65 - Includes a Reserved Seat at a 6-Top Table and dinner (Bone in Smoke Pork Loin, 2 sides, and dessert)

Outdoor Bar Setup. All Ages Welcome. All Ages Require a Ticket

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Price: $32.50 - $65.00
Gary P. Nunn began his musical career as a 7th grader in a garage band in Brownfield, Texas, where he was an honor student and all-around athlete. Upon graduation from night school, he attended Texas Tech University and South Plains College while pursuing music on weekends playing with "The Fabulous Sparkles," a take-no-prisoners rock band that was the rage of West Texas during the sixties. In 1968 he transferred to the University of Texas at Austin immersing himself in the lively local music scene while studying pharmacy at UT. In 1972, Michael Martin Murphey, Jerry Jeff Walker, and Willie Nelson moved to Austin and a new Era in music was born. The movement was dubbed "Texas progressive," "outlaw music" among other monikers and Gary P. Nunn was right in the middle of it. At one time he was playing bass for Murphey, Walker and Nelson! For Murphy and Walker, he lead The Lost Gonzo Band who backed them up on stage and in the studio, and helped propel them to national notoriety. It was during this time that Nunn honed his songwriting skills composing tunes that were recorded by Nelson, Walker and Murphey, as well as Rosanne Cash, David Allen Coe and others, earning him several gold and platinum records for writing, publishing and performing.